The Sharp Plays Transparency

ARCHIVED CONTENT TRACKING & RECORDS (Since July 2011) –

All records on this page are compiled from all the posted content since July 2011 for COMPLETED SEASONS AND YEARS. Records for currently active seasons and the current year can be found on the Sports Content Records page. Once a season or year finishes, the records from the Sports Content Records page are then moved and compiled with the records on this page.

Any unit tracking is posted as a means to quantify performance and SHOULD NOT be construed as a suggestion to wager on or against any of the content posted. Records for the public are tracked as though you BET WITH the public. Records for Pro’s v Joe’s are based on BETTING WITH the Pro’s.

Biggest Success & Biggest Failure Since 2011 –

Biggest Failure: 2019 Robin Hood Club Session #5 finished with a record of 85-112 for -19.2 units. It was ugly, but when you put out content daily for 10+ years, new and unique content, there’s going to be some big failures along the way… and the 2019 RHC #5 was it! As I say on the Little John Protocol page…“Show me someone who has never failed, and I will show you a coward.” ~ TSP

Biggest Success: Everything else! LOL! No, on a serious note as I have said many times over the years, what I am most proud of is the performance on exotics (i.e. parlays and teasers). Why? First, it is a solid performance at +283.3 units. However, the real reason I consider it the biggest success is because it blows up that BS belief that exotics are sucker bets. It’s something someone once said (“exotics are for suckers”), and then people just repeat it without any intelligence or experience backing up their foolish hypothesis. Most casual bettors and many un-evolved professional bettors repeat the “exotics are sucker bets” sound bite so that they can sound intelligent on sports betting. In the end, they are missing some very big pictures! If, for example, you can win over 52.4% of your point spread wagers, you can turn the edge in exotics from the house to the player. It’s simple math and there’s no denying it!

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